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Interfering with child custody or visitation

There are numerous scenarios that can be brought to family courts in Pennsylvania related to child custody or visitation. A parent's interference with either of these court-ordered rights could range from simple inconvenience to criminal action based on how a custody or visitation agreement is worded and the actions taken by the offending party. Communication and documentation are crucial for addressing these problems personally before taking legal action.

Understanding more about visitation schedules

Pennsylvania residents might benefit from learning more about some of the critical factors to consider when developing a visitation schedule. First and foremost, it may be beneficial to come to terms with the concept of what is considered to be fair and common practice in regard to court-ordered visitation schedules. In terms of fairness, as long as no one is unfit for parenting, both parents should be afforded as much access to the child as possible, since it's typically viewed as being in the best interests of the child.

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